Therapia Road, East Dulwich, SE22


  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Receptions

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  • Beautiful Original Stained Glass
  • Generous Garden With Rear Access and Garage
  • Semi-Detached
  • Period Feature Fireplaces
  • Freehold

Substantial Three Bedroom 1920's Home With Original Features, Garage and Generous Garden.

We just love these fantastic 1920's houses! This 1928 semi-detached example is wide and spacious with high ceilings, big bay windows, pretty period features and plenty of stained glass. There's a notable 'Art's and Crafts' feel to the ornate detail throughout. The accommodation, over two bright, well appointed floors, comprises a large reception, full-width kitchen/diner, wc/utility, three lovely bedrooms and bathroom. The 60ft rear garden is generous and with a pleasant aspect. It leads to a further 20ft rear section of land that offers direct rear access. A garage sweetens the deal yet more - the perfect spot to work from home! The front garden is also deep and a generous size with a perfectly placed small tree pruned to provide a natural handy screen for the bay window. Nestled between similar, rather impressive homes on the much sought after Therapia Road, it’s conveniently located within a hop, skip and jump of Peckham Rye Common and park, One Tree Hill and Horniman Gardens and Museum. Lordship Lane is a just little further for a host of luscious treats. Mundania, Therapia and Marmora Roads are so named in honour of the Crimean war. They're leafy, residential and populated by period properties.

A wooden gate invites you off the street to a generous front garden fringed with mature shrubs. If you look closely, you’ll spy some antique pottery inlaid underneath the gate - a wonderful crafty touch! There is a handy side access point worth noting too. A neat porch with stained glass over head invites you inward to a lovely wide hallway with an original wooden seat nestled under the stairs. The front-facing reception enjoys a wide bay of pretty casement windows each crowned with more vibrant stained glass. Focus points are a sublime, original Edwardian-style fireplace and picture rails. Off the hall you find a sizeable loo, utility space and recessed storage. Double stained glass doors open into a full-width kitchen/diner where you’re struck by Farrow and Ball’s Charleston Grey and Little Green’s ‘Mister David’ wall shades. Outside you'll enjoy a sizeable patio with more exquisite period detail inlaid into the paving stones. Clay pipes and pottery shards from the Thames included! The lawn leads downward to the garage which is accessible from the garden and also the rear additional 20 foot section. It would make a super WFH space, studio or even guest storage!

Back inside the house, an impressively wide original staircase with oak newel posts, rises from the entrance hall to a large landing. This is kept bright by a triptych of glorious stained-glass windows. The master bedroom fronts the street with the wide signature bay window featuring even more beautiful stained glass. Floral William Morris wallpaper, original wooden doors and wooden floors will impress. To the rear of the landing is a second double bedroom. Again, perfectly presented with an original, tiled, feature fireplace with wood surround. Four separate casement windows supply serene rear views of the generous garden. Bedroom three is a single room, also peering over the garden. The bathroom completes our tour with dishy green tiling, a period-style suite and side aspect casement windows. Read More

Location wise you're within easy reach of so much. Literally on your door step you'll enjoy a handy supermarket, coffee shop and the much-loved Herne Hill Tavern. Honor Oak and Forest Hill are each close by for further amenities and you can grab the London Overground at Honor Oak and Forest Hill Stations. Lordship Lane and its perfect mix of boutiques, cafés, pubs and eateries is a short hop on any number of buses - or you can walk it in around 10 minutes. The nearest station is Honor Oak Park for the London Overground line and trains to London Bridge - a mere 10-15 minute walk. Buses are in their plenty on Forest Hill Road and there are some nice gastro type pubs on this road too (try Watson's General Telegraph or the Herne perhaps). For further eating and retail opportunities, fabulous East Dulwich (and well-loved Lordship Lane) is a short walk and Forest Hill is a 15 -20 minute stroll (the Sainsburys here is good for shopping and cupboard filling). Green space? Peckham Rye, One Tree Hill and Horniman Gardens are all seriously close for a walk or a kick-about.

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax Band: E Read Less

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